Greater Knowledge In Multiple Fields

Elon Musk is an engineer, industrial designer, technology entrepreneur, and philanthropist born in 1971 in South Africa. He is also the founder, CEO, and chief of engineering and design offices of SpaceX; early investor, CEO, and product architect of Tesla; Founder of The Boring Company; He is the co-founder and first co-chairman of Neuralink and OpenAI. Musk, who is the father of 5 children, founded the technology school “Ad Astra”, which is estimated to date back to 2014, and according to 2017 data, he trains the children of some SpaceX employees, especially his children, and many talented students from Los Angeles.

Students can opt-out of lessons they don’t like at the education home using unconventional teaching methods. Unfortunately, the school, where flamethrowers are created and evil artificial intelligence is attempted to be defeated, is not open to the general public. The education system in the school is completely based on “Critical Thinking”. By the way, the Latin word Ad Astra means “Towards the Stars” in Turkish. Even finding the school is an issue. No website, no address, no phone, no social media presence. There is no information or form on how admissions are made, but it is known that an IQ test was performed during the selection phase. Although there is no current information on the school, when compared to today’s modernized education system, it is clear that teaching approaches targeted at boosting awareness and strengthening thinking abilities are applied.


I believe that the growth of such schools might have both positive and negative consequences. As per the data, many wealthy families in the country are fighting a battle to enroll their children in Ad Astra. Musk, on the other hand, is said to accept students that he perceives as having promise in his school. So what I’m attempting to claim is that expanding such schools might be considered as a needless effort for the children of families with sufficient financial resources, who may not make any effort. Another viewpoint is that it may pave the way for a bright future for youngsters, who can truly shine a light on the future. In the case of growing such institutions, I assume that serious screening at the student entrance stage and limiting students, as Musk did, will significantly improve the institution’s operation and success rate.

To conclude, expanding such schools makes the future more livable while also allowing a brighter generation to be raised day by day with greater knowledge and talents in multiple fields.

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